User manual SAGEM PHOTO EASY 160


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[. . . ] Insert a memory card Print your photographs Rapid printing Example of rapid printing from a memory card Create a contact sheet (index) Prepare a series of photographs for printing (print basket function) Print in DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) mode Thank you for purchasing our new photo printer. With this high quality printer you can get the most out of your digital photos. In a few simple steps you can produce photo prints identical to those from a professional developer, for your personal use or to share with friends and family. Your photo printer has slots for all types of memory card and hooks up directly to digital cameras. [. . . ] If a memory card is inserted in the printer, you cannot access PictBridge mode. Your photo printer supports PictBridge standards, allowing you to print photos directly from cameras that are PictBridge-compatible. Monitor printing and especially the beginning, progress and end of the printing process. Also, error messages likely to occur (no paper, paper jam, no ink, cover not closed, no cartridge, fatal error). Your photo printer does not support the following functions: Image cropping. Connect the USB cable to the USB port of your camera and the other end to the master USB port of the printer (reference A of the illustration on page 6). After the analysis and recognition phase, the following screen appears If a memory card is inserted in the printer, you cannot access infrared or bluetooth transfer mode. Your photo printer allows you to print photos stored in your mobile phone, PDA or PC. For this, you need to transfer them to the printer using the infrared or bluetooth link (for bluetooth, use the optional bluetooth adapter). If you have started transfer by Bluetooth, you will not be able to transfer photos by infrared if you have not before hand erased be internal memory by holding the key C down for 3 seconds Place the infrared window of your device face-to-face with the corresponding window of the photo printer, at a distance not exceeding 30 centimetres. warning : In an environment exposed to intense light, a distance of no more than 10 centimetres between the two infrared windows is recommended. Select a photo on your device and launch its transfer via the infrared link. Start another print job, after selecting different parameters (photograph number, format, number of copies) if required. Start printing the transferred photograph, after setting the print format and number of copies if required. Or, transfer another photo from your device, which is then added to the photo(s) already stored in the printer. At the end of each transfer, the total number of photographs stored is displayed on the printer screen (the one with the highest number being the last one transferred). , under-exposed photos are made brighter, or parts of a photo presenting strong contrasts will be compensated). The following table indicates how many times you need to press the activate or deactivate the Crystal Image function. To avoid any print problems associated with the picture format, you are advised to use the software supplied with the printer, or other image retouching software. Make sure that your PC is compatible with the requirements as specified : PC configuration required: Pentium or equivalent, OS : Windows 98 SE / 2000 / Me / XP, 128 MB DRAM or more, 150 MB available on hard disk, USB port available. The photo software is installed in three phases: running the Install program, restarting the computer, and performing the final printer installation. Do not connect the printer to the PC before installing the printer driver. [. . . ] The selected number of photos is greater than the remaining ribbon capacity to print all photos. Other error number 7 million continuous Less than 60 seconds per photo (excluding image processing) : Memory cards, type Compact Flash (support type I & II), SM / MS / MMC / SD / xD, USB 2. Storage of photographs transferred from a device Image resolution supported Image size supported Consumable items Paper size : 101 x 152, 4 mm excluding detachable borders Paper tray : By automatic loader, capacity 20 sheets Mains supply : 230 V AC 50/60 Hz Approval : EC Field of use for optimum print quality:15 °C to 35 °C, 30 % to 75 % humidity Size : 201 x 174 x 94 mm excluding paper tray Weight : 1. SAGEM (PLC) reserves the right to make any changes without prior notice. [. . . ]


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